• Talk to the Leaders and Make Yourself One- the Youth Speak Forum

    This is a sponsored article The world is moving to a place that most people are struggling to keep up with. To face this constantly changing environment and thrive in it, we have to constantly develop ourselves. Especially in the pandemic situation, the requirements to be employable are more...
  • On The US Presidential Election

    On November 7, 2020, sandwiched in a parking lot between the Delaware Valley Crematorium and the “Fantasy Island” adult video store, Rudy Giuliani, the President’s lawyer and the former Mayor of New York City, stood at a podium set up in front of a garage door haphazardly adorned with...
  • Are The Younger Generations Being Unfairly Blamed For The Latest Spike In COVID-19 Cases?

    The UK has recently reported a surge in coronavirus cases with 2,988 new cases announced on Sunday 6th  September, the highest figure the country has seen since 22 May , which is hinting at a feared potential second wave. In the previous week, the seven-day rate of new cases...
  • Hallelujah, Coronavirus Is Over! Well, According To Social Media, Anyway

    With the gradual easing of restrictions and lack of daily briefings, it’s easier to fall into the trap of letting social distancing slide because you don’t really know what the rules are anymore. This reasoning is something I can totally empathise with, only two households can mix indoors (at...
  • Brooklyn Beckham’s Getting Married: Naive Or Return To Tradition?

    The eldest son of Posh and Becks is getting married! Brooklyn (21) has just recently got engaged to actress/model Nicola Peltz (25) after around 9 months of dating. With the pair being relatively young and not having been together very long, is this a naive love struck engagement or...
  • Theresa May is definitely a robot

    Only two days after the Conservative’s Annual Party conference, the new Blade Runner film (set in a dystopia populated by human-like robots) was released. Shockingly appropriate, it seems, as our country’s most prominent robot attempted to punch the right keys with the general public in a well written, empty...
  • Are ‘free schools’ too free?

    The 70s was a strange era; following an age of flowers and freedom and preceding a decade of Tories and synthesisers. It was a time of transition and change, experimentation and innovation. In retrospect, it seems that the Government’s focus was taking hippies off their highs and the impoverished...